Paul Bryant

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Name: Paul Bryant
Date registered: December 2nd, 2011
URL: http://www.gaming-age.com

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Latest posts

  1. Nintendo reveals 2 new Joy-Con colors — July 17th, 2019
  2. Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD rolls onto PS4, Xbox One, Switch in October — July 16th, 2019
  3. Tetris Effect is dropping onto PC next week with VR support — July 16th, 2019
  4. Nintendo reveals San Diego Comic-Con lineup and events — July 16th, 2019
  5. Celebrate Togetherness with the latest Borderlands 3 trailer — July 16th, 2019

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Dr. Mario World goes on call next month

Nintendo’s new free-to-play Dr. Mario mobile puzzler is coming soon. New details and media within.

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PlayStation Store Update – Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Crash Team Racing, Judgment

Post E3 2019, the flood of intriguing PS4 and PSVR titles have begun hitting the PlayStation Store once again.

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Activision shows off Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer screenshots

In case you missed the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare E3 Coliseum appearance, here are some new shots of the multiplayer mode.

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Nintendo eShop Update – Cadence of Hyrule, Submerged, Dead Dungeon

With the E3 2019 finally wrapping up, Nintendo still has a decent selection of new wares hitting the Nintendo eShop this week.

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PlayStation Store Update – Dragon Star Varnir, Verlet Swing, Horizon Shift ’81

To celebrate E3 2019 week, there is a fairly slim selection of new PlayStation content available on the PS Store. Doesn’t mean it’s not worth checking out though!

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Ubisoft shows off Watch Dogs: Legion

As rumored (and leaked), Ubisoft did indeed reveal a brand new Watch Dogs title during their big E3 2019 event. Details and media within!

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Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 launch confirmed for March 3rd, 2020

A new trailer, and some Sephiroth art to go along with last night’s announcement. [Update: new screens, trailer, game and launch details!]

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Xbox Games Store Update – Omensight, Party Golf, MotoGP 19, Neon Junctions

There’s a pretty cool selection of new Xbox One titles hitting the Xbox Games Store this week, so check ’em out.

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep takes us back to the moon on September 17th, 2019

Bungie shows off the next chapter of Destiny 2 as promised, and yes, we’re going back to the moon! Full Cross-Save support confirmed along with a free to download version.

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Stay tuned for Google’s live Stadia reveal event today

Google today is gearing up to blow the lid off of Stadia, their multi-device cloud-based gaming service. Check out the live event soon!

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Nintendo eShop Update – Slay the Spire, Battle Worlds: Kronos, Toon War, Fat City

There’s an interesting, smaller set of new digital releases for the Nintendo Switch this week. Check ’em out.

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Nintendo provides more details for their E3 2019 activities and events

Nintendo has a whole host of activities and events lined up for the E3. Check out the latest and greatest info.

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Team up to battle massive Dynamax Pokémon in Pokémon Sword and Shield

Check out the details and media from the BIG Pokémon-themed Nintendo Direct.

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The Surge 2 gets a release date, Limited Edition and new screens

Deck13’s action packed RPG sequel finally has a release date and some very attractive new screens to check out.

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THQ Nordic reveals SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated

Are you ready kids???

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NES classics Double Dragon II, Volleyball, City Connection join Nintendo Switch Online collection

Those that subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online service should be ready to get their hands on another trio of classic NES titles in the very near future.

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Final set of SEGA Genesis Mini titles include Tetris, Darius, Strider, more

With the final 12 games revealed the Genesis retro console library has exceed he previous announced count of 40. Check out the details!

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